12.02.10 by Jeff

Karim Hamid

Paintings by Karim Hamid. Rhode Island.

karim hamid artist painter painting collage

karim hamid artist painter painting collage

karim hamid artist painter painting collage

karim hamid artist painter painting collage

karim hamid artist painter painting collage

karim hamid artist painter painting collage













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Hiroyuki Hamada

    Great pieces. Thanks Jeff.

  • This work is great…like a modern day Hans Bellmer.

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my god oh my god oh my goddddd freaking out, just found my new favorite artist, freaking awesome, sooooooooo GOOD!!!

  • these are fucking fantastic best thing i have seen on this site in a long time

  • Emily McGuire

    Egon Schiele means Francis Bacon?

  • Emily McGuire

    meets**

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  • bird

    wOw… in love. like a dream when it starts to disappear from the mind.

  • Rouquine

    I like it very much!

  • lhynes

    Wonderful!!! Honestly took my breath away. Thank you for sharing these.

  • I think these are amazing! I love the palette and the textures these seem to have. Great great Work!

  • aicharealsun

    Love the colors and his style. There is something about these paintings… very interesting. it’s like he wants to show the people’s aura and the objects’ representation.. Definitely brilliant!

  • I’m humbled by your compliments. Thank you. I’ll be showing some new work in NYC from 3-7 March as part of the SCOPE ART FAIR with my gallery reps at AUREUS contemporary. If you are in NYC and want to check it out – I promise I’ll try and reward your effort with some strange new stuff….promise.

    • wish i was out that way karim – fantastic work my friend

    • aicharealsun

      I wish I can make my way out there too! But maybe you’ll come and amaze some audience here in Istanbul sometime? Please keep letting us know about exhibitions. I’m planning on coming NYC this summer or fall.
      And of course keep up the good work!
      Shine *)

    • lapetitefaon

      Yeaaaaaa I cannot wait to go and check it out in person!

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  • Such a brilliant and unique approach.
    I’m really excited to see these in person

  • hilary

    these are fantastic. the top one almost reminds me a little of a klimt painting

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